This function Locks the blocks in the specified range of the flash device(s).
The device is polled until an error or the operation completes successfully.
- XFLASH_ADDRESS_ERROR if the destination address range is not completely within the addressable areas of the device(s).
Note: Due to flash memory design, the range actually locked may be larger than what was specified by the Offset & Bytes parameters. This will occur if the parameters do not align to block boundaries.
int XFlash_Lock(XFlash *InstancePtr, u32 Offset, u32 Bytes);
The following table lists the
XFlash_Lock function arguments.
|XFlash *||InstancePtr||Pointer to the XFlash instance.|
|u32||Offset||Offset into the device(s) address space from which to begin block locking. The first three bytes of every block is reserved for special purpose. The offset should be at least three bytes from start of the block.|
|u32||Bytes||Number of bytes to Lock in the Block starting from Offset.|
- XST_SUCCESS if successful.